One of the classes I will be speaking to at the University of Iowa today is a “Global Images” course. I will be discussing changes in visual journalism in the digital age. Some of the differences I wanted to address are the necessities of multitasking, online promotion and entrepreneurship.
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Posted in Twitter, Workshop handouts, tagged Adam Sullivan, Bill Doskoch, Canwest News Service, Carleton University, Chip Kaye, Craig Kanalley, David Reevely, Glen McGregor, Glenn Assheton-Smith, Globe and Mail, Guy Lucas, Ian Hill, Jeff Mignon, Jonah Kessel, Kate Dubinski, Leslie-Jean Thornton, Mathew Ingram, Molly Rossiter, Ottawa Citizen, Peter James, Ron Sylvester, Ryan Thornburg, Saleem Khan, Sarah Booker, Sarah Milstein, Soraya Kishtwari, Stephanie Nolen, The Twitter Book, Tim O'Reilly on January 22, 2010 | 9 Comments »
On a trip to Ottawa, I led three workshops on Twitter for journalists for Carleton University, the Ottawa Citizen and Canwest News Service. I knew I needed to update the Twitter tips for journalists that I posted in July. Six months ago is a long time in the Twitterverse. So I crowdsourced this project. (more…)